Cheerful activists in Karachi congratulate US President Barack Obama on his re-election. PHOTO: AFP
Activists dance as they celebrate the re-election of US President Barack Obama in Karachi.
Certainly a change from the usual tradition of burning effigies.
I can see that it is happening on the main road and in civilized world it is usually done in open spaces or in parks where others will not be disturbed by one’s act´. It seems it gives us another reason to block the roads Obama have won in America and Pakistanis are celebrating by blocking their roads.
looks like Obama have been elected as president of Kenya ..
Looks like it’s in front of Karachi Press Club.
Obama could not manage citizenship for his brothers who even changed to CHristian. Never visited Kenya and his family has no special priviladges
Ombaba now you have now, very ince. You can celebrate by giving money you owe to us, the people of the Great nation of Pakistan.
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